21st December 2016
The 2016 presidential election has taken an emotional and personal toll on many Americans, affecting their relationships and alienating them from relatives and close associates, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.
The country is apparently full of Special Snowflakes.
God help us if we ever get attacked by, say, Russia or China.
Clinton voters were more likely to get crosswise with family and friends over the election: 42% said they avoided talking politics with family, compared with 24% of Trump supporters, and 40% of Clinton backers said they had gotten into a heated argument about the campaign, compared with 26% of Trump backers.
Backing an incompetent deranged crook will do that.